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New UNC Development!



Features Include:

1) Ideal gas mileage

2) Carolina blue color.
3) Easy parking.
4) Green friendly (environmental)

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Professor Howdy said...

The UNC student reported for her university final examination
that consists of yes/no type questions. She takes her seat in
the examination hall, stares at the question paper for five
minutes and then, in a fit of inspiration, takes out her
purse, removes a coin and starts tossing the coin, marking
the answer sheet: Yes, for Heads, and No, for Tails.

Within half an hour she is all done, whereas the rest of
the class is still sweating it out.

During the last few minutes she is seen desperately throwing
the coin, muttering and sweating. The moderator, alarmed,
approaches her and asks what is going on.

"I finished the exam in half an hour, but now I'm rechecking
my answers before lunch time."

Professor Howdy said...

If I could speak in any
language in heaven or
on earth but didn't love
others, I would only be
making meaningless noise
like a loud gong or a
clanging cymbal. If I
had the gift of prophecy,
and if I knew all the
mysteries of the future
and knew everything
about everything, but
didn't love others, what
good would I be? And

if I had the gift of faith
so that I could speak
to a mountain and make
it move, without love
I would be no good to
anybody. If I gave
everything I have to
the poor and even
sacrificed my body,
I could boast about it;
but if I didn't love others,
I would be of no value

whatsoever. Love is
patient and kind. Love
is not jealous or boastful
or proud or rude. Love
does not demand its
own way. Love is not
irritable, and it keeps
no record of when it
has been wronged.
It is never glad about
injustice but rejoices
whenever the truth
wins out. Love never
gives up, never loses
faith, is always hopeful,
and endures through
every circumstance.

May You Always
Experience This
Kind Of Love,
Dr. Howdy

Professor Howdy said...

An exhausted UNC grad dragged himself in to the Doctor's office.

"Doctor, there are dogs all over my neighborhood. Three of them in
particular are the worst. They bark all day and all night, and I can't
get a wink of sleep."

"I have good news for you," the doctor answered, rummaging through
a drawer full of sample medications.

"Here are some new sleeping pills that work like a dream. A few of these
and your trouble will be over."

"Great," the man answered, "I'll try anything. Let's give it a shot."

A few weeks later the man returned, looking worse than ever.
"Doc, your plan is no good. I'm more tired than before!"

"I don't understand how that could be, said the doctor, shaking his head.
"Those are the strongest pills on the market!"

"That may be true," answered the man wearily, "but I'm still up all night
chasing those dogs and when I finally catch one it's hard getting him to
swallow the pill!"

Professor Howdy said...

His Perfect Provision

Every Thanksgiving should change us for the better
as we grow in our gratitude each year,
And our eyes are opened to the blessings of heaven
sent down by the God that we fear.
How vividly we're reminded by our banquets of food
that the Lord of the Harvest is real.
Praises should flow from hearts full of gratitude
for the blessings of all of our meals.
Thanksgiving is a time of humility & celebration
because we're humbled by all He supplies.
And we celebrate that Jehovah-Jireh is God
and He listens to all of our cries.
Thanksgiving makes us grateful for the jobs that we have
and the satisfaction hard work can bring.
For our sense of accomplishment is just another praise
we offer back at the feet of our King.
Thanksgiving makes us realize our relationship to God
is like children looking for His open hand.
For God sets our tables with His perfect provision
and the blessings He pours on the land.

Sheila Gosney


Psalm 92:1-5 NKJV
A Psalm. A Song for the Sabbath day.
It is good to give thanks to the LORD,
And to sing praises to Your name, O Most High;
To declare Your lovingkindness in the morning,
And Your faithfulness every night,
On an instrument of ten strings,
On the lute,
And on the harp,
With harmonious sound.
For You, LORD, have made me glad through Your work;
I will triumph in the works of Your hands.
O LORD, how great are Your works!
Your thoughts are very deep.

And remember the poor & helpless as you give thanks to God.

“When you reap your harvest in your field, and forget a sheaf in the field, you shall not go back to get it; it shall be for the stranger, the fatherless, and the widow, that the LORD your God may bless you in all the work of your hands."
Deuteronomy 24:29 NKJV

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